The Motorola V195 has a maximum of 1.6, for instance, while the Samsung Infuse 4G is only 0.2.
Obama is leveraging this to its maximum potential, even more than in 2008.
The wire fraud and mail charges each carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.
Great Britain does not have the death penalty, so life behind bars was the maximum sentence possible.
Bud goes for maximum extraction: he keeps his weed wine in barrel for nine months before bottling it.
How to inflict the maximum of discomfort upon M. Destournelle with the minimum of risk to herself was the question.
Fifty lashes is a maximum punishment, inflicted only for the gravest crimes.
Litaku, Kurrichani, and other similar towns are Sichuana; the Kaffre civilization being said to attain its maximum hereabouts.
Rhododendron maximum, L. (mountain laurel of North America).
The most efficient mixer is the one that gives the maximum product of standard quality at the least cost for production.
maximum max·i·mum (māk'sə-məm)
n. pl. max·i·mums or max·i·ma (-mə)
The greatest possible quantity or degree.
The greatest quantity or degree reached or recorded; the upper limit of variation.
The time or period during which the highest point or degree is attained.
Having or being the greatest quantity or the highest degree attained or attainable.
Of, relating to, or making up a maximum.